Full shocking scale of the Holocaust revealed as researchers find Nazis created 42,500 camps and ghettos to persecute the Jews across Europe

Full shocking scale of the Holocaust revealed as researchers find Nazis created 42,500 camps and ghettos to persecute the Jews across EuropeResearchers initially expected to find about 7,000 camps and ghettosBut they were left horrified to discover 42,500 across much of Europe They also estimate up to 20 million people died or were imprisoned at sites By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 17:36 GMT, 2 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:12 GMT, 2 March 2013 It is one of the worst moments in history, which still horrifies to this day. During Hitler's brutal reign of Nazi Germany, more than six million Jews were killed. But now new research has discovered that the Holocaust may well be even worse than previously thought

"Promising" dementia drug made from pigs" brains could help 200,000 sufferers

'Promising' dementia drug made from pigs' brains could help 200,000 sufferers The new drug called cerebrolysin improves concentration, memory and mood among those suffering with vascular dementia The new drug is licensed in some countries but not in the UK or U.S.No serious side effects were reported from taking the drug By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 00:46 GMT, 31 January 2013 | UPDATED: 03:32 GMT, 31 January 2013 The new drug called cerebrolysin improves concentration, memory processing and mood in patients Dementia sufferers may benefit from a ‘promising’ new treatment made from pigs’ brains, say researchers. The new drug – called cerebrolysin – improves concentration, memory processing and mood in patients with a certain kind of dementia known as vascular dementia, which affects up to 200,000 Britons

Will Burrard-Lucas: Caught on BeetleCam! Lions, elephants and buffalo pictured by ingenious crawling camera in African savannah

Caught on BeetleCam! Lions, elephants and buffalo pictured by ingenious crawling camera in African savannahThe cameras are used by Londoner Will Burrard-Lucas to capture imagesThe 29-year-old moved to Zambia for a year with his doctor wifeHas recently captured a leopard for the first time using BeetleCam | UPDATED: 15:33 GMT, 23 December 2012 Lazing about in the African sun, these lions have no idea their actions are being caught on BeetelCam. Because the remote-controlled camouflaged cameras is allowing Will Burrard-Lucas to capture intimate snaps of some of the continents most fearsome animals, without the risk of being savaged. The 29-year-old, from London, stands about 55 yards away before using a model aeroplane remote to deploy the homemade roving machines into the paths of lions, elephants and buffalo roaming on the plains of the South Luangwa National Park, in Zambia.

Driven to distraction: Motorists spend a FIFTH of their time not looking at the road

Driven to distraction: Motorists spend a FIFTH of their time not looking at the road Researchers found drivers take their eyes off the road every nine secondsClouds, scenery and sat navs blamed for distractions | UPDATED: 07:49 GMT, 19 December 2012 The alarming extent to which drivers lose concentration has been highlighted by researchers. Motorists take their eyes off the road for almost a fifth of their time behind the wheel, rising to nearly a quarter if they use a satnav, a study reveals

Nazi concentration camp guard who says he was forced to fight for Hitler takes U.S. deportation battle to highest court

Nazi concentration camp guard fighting deportation from the U.S. claims he was forced to join the SSAnton Geiser, 88, claims he was forced to join the SS as a 17-year-old He has lived in Sharon, Pennsylvania for over 50 years He didn't tell his family about his Nazi service until 2004 Justice department lawyers said he engaged in 'crimes against humanity' | UPDATED: 12:08 GMT, 7 December 2012 Former Nazi guard Anton Geiser, 88, has appealed against a deportation ruling arguing he was forced to serve in the SS A former Nazi concentration camp guard, who has lived in the U.S

How one in every ten households is worth at least 1m: Property and pension pots push wealth higher

How one in every ten households is worth at least 1m: Property and pension pots push wealth higher Most millionaire households are in the Home CountiesRichest 10 per cent of homes each have assets ‘greater than 967,000But one in every two families have almost nothing, with few assets and little chance of a comfortable retirement as a result | UPDATED: 23:04 GMT, 3 December 2012 One in ten families are millionaires if they include assets such as their homes and their pension pots, official figures revealed yesterday. The figures, from the Office for National Statistics, show the huge wealth of the top 10 per cent in this country at a time when millions are struggling to get by. They also reveal the extent of the North-South divide, with the highest concentration of millionaire households in the Home Counties.